Intertribal Education and Community Center at Central Wyoming College





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Published on Aug 22, 2012

Sergio Maldonado, CWC's Native American services coordinator, explains the design and significance of The Intertribal Education and Community Center.
The Intertribal Education and Community Center has a multipurpose function. In addition to being a teaching facility, the building serves as a venue for conferences and workshops and a community gathering place for meetings, powwows, and events.
Central Wyoming College and the town of Riverton, WY are surrounded by the 2.2 million acre Wind River Indian Reservation, one of the largest in the country.
The 16,713-foot Intertribal facility houses a number of CWC academic programs, including Native American Studies, Western American Studies and International Studies. It also houses CWC's collection of Native American and Oregon Trail artifacts and artwork as well as the Outreach School for the University of Wyoming.
Produced by University of Wyoming Television, Outreach Technology Services, for Wyoming Signatures. Aired on Wyoming Public Television in 2012.
Camera/Editor: Ali Grossman, UWTV

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